Knee Osteoarthritis


Here at RegeneSpine, we know how much pain can affect your life and relationships.


Knee Osteoarthritis

Experiencing Knee Pain?

The study examines the effectiveness of a treatment called extracorporeal (“outside of the body”) shockwave therapy, which is designed to decrease pain for people with knee osteoarthritis. The shockwave device emits high-frequency sound waves, which interact with different tissues in your body and can provide healing effects. It DOES NOT produce electrical shocks.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Doctor Diagnosed knee osteoarthritis
  • 18-80 years of age
  • Knee pain for more than 2 months
  • Average knee pain over the last week is at least a 4 out of 10, where 10 is the “worst pain imaginable.”

PS: Participants are compensated up to $300.

For more information

Address: Shalaka Paranjpe, MS 1199 Pleasant Valley Way West Orange, NJ 07052

Email: SParanjpe@KesslerFoundation.org

Phone: 973-965-6643

If you qualify you will receive the investigational drug injection (or a control injection) at no charge to you.

  • Participation in the study is completely voluntary, and you may be compensated for your time.
  • Contacting us to learn more about the study does not obligate you to participate.